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Margo Price – Midwest Farmer’s Daughter

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You owe it to your ears to give them the gift of “Midwest Farmer’s Daughter” by Margo Price. The first country album to be released by Jack White’s (The White Stripes) Third Man Records label will hold your attention with its charm and wit and keep your coming back with its strong sense of melody. 

Fully cooked, completely original, yet familiar, this album hints at influences as varied as Loretta Lynn, Emmylou Harris and Skeeter Davis while also sounding very comfortable next to contemporaries such as Jenny Lewis and Neko Case. If you’re looking for a creative, vibrant, singer songwriter with country stylings, this album will not disappoint. 

Check out Margo Price – Midwest Farmer’s Daughter album on CD.


A Sailor's Guide to Earth

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Looking for some truly great new music? Try “A Sailor’s Guide to Earth,” the latest release from Kentucky’s Sturgill Simpson. Easily the most unusual country album in quite some time. In fact, it quickly colors outside the lines of the musical genre and in the end becomes a hybrid of so many styles it’ll make your head spin – in a good way. With a voice that recalls but never copies artists as diverse as Dwight Yoakam, Waylon Jennings, Kris Kristofferson, Willie Nelson and Raul Malo – your ears will be entertained from start to finish. At once country, then 6os doo-wop, then covering grunge legends Nirvana, this record is one good surprise after another.
Check out Sturgill Simpson’s brand new album on CD or Download his debut on our Freegal service.